Pillularium Summa Lacticiniorum Completa Cautele Medicorum Non Inutiles Gabrielis Zerbi Lugduni Antonius Blanchard 1525

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Bibliotheca Concionatorum Theologica

Autore: Vincent Houdry
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Giardino De Gli Epiteti Traslati Et Aggiunti Poetici Italiani Del Padre Maestro F Gio Battista Spada Di Firenzuola Piacentino Dell Ordine De Predicatori Di Nuouo Ristampato Corretto Da Vn Virtuoso

Autore: Giovanni Battista Spada
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Exemplarity And Mediocrity

Autore: Paul Fleming
Editore: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804769982
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Following Hegel's analysis of art's increasing difficulty to both engage and extricate itself from prosaic reality, Paul Fleming investigates the strategies employed by German literature from 1750 to 1850 for increasingly attuning itself to quotidian life—common heroes, everyday life, non-extraordinary events—while also avoiding all notions of mediocrity. He focuses on three sites of this tension: the average audience (Lessing), the average artist (Goethe and Schiller), and the everyday, or average life (Grillparzer and Stifter). The book's title, Exemplarity and Mediocrity, describes both a disjunctive and a conjunctive relation. Read disjunctively, modern art must display the "exemplary originality" (Kant) that only genius can provide and is thus fundamentally opposed to mediocrity as that which does not stand out or lacks distinctiveness; in the conjunctive sense, modern art turns to non-exceptional life in order to transform it—without forsaking its commonness—thereby producing exemplary forms of mediocrity that both represent the non-exceptional and, insofar as they stand outside the group they represent, are something other than mediocre.

Rachel My Love

Autore: Jean L. Taloa
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ISBN: 9781507792582
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Much has been written in the history books about the brave men who opened up the west. They lived and died so we could have a modern society today. Little has ever been written in the history books about the brave women who lived and died beside their men, giving their all. "Rachel My Love" is the true story of the first white woman to come through St. Joseph, Missouri when it was just a small trading post. She was the first white woman to homestead in what is now Holt County in N.W. Missouri. She lived to tell stories about Quantrill's Raiders, the Civil War and the Jessie James gang. The work of a pioneer woman was hard and Rachel toiled all her life. She experienced two marriages, the death of two baby daughters and raised three strong children to adulthood. Hers was a hard life but she was happy with her lot and gave thanks to God every day. Her story has waited 140 years to be told.

Superconductivity

Autore: Vladimir Rem Romanovskii
Editore: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781613248430
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This book presents current research from across the globe in the study of superconductivity theory, materials and applications. Topics discussed include tunnelling spectroscopy of novel layered superconductors; stability conditions of high-Tc superconductors; a study of the superconducting phase in metallic superconductors; numerical calculation of trapped magnetic field for bulk superconductors; ion modified high-Tc Josephson junctions and SQUIDS; and vortices in high temperature superconductors.

The Hidden Power Of Blend Modes In Adobe Photoshop

Autore: Scott Valentine
Editore: Adobe Press
ISBN: 013301486X
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This definitive resource on using Adobe Photoshop blend modes, features dozens of hands-on examples to give you an edge in technical, personal, and commercial projects Blend modes are an essential, if somewhat mysterious, tool for photographers and digital artists. They can be used to for a wide range of imaging effects and challenges, such as noise reduction, working with high dynamic range (HDR) images, compositing, graphic design, and digital painting. Although blend modes can be easy to use, they aren’t always easy to understand. Scott Valentine translates the technical elements into every day language and demonstrates techniques using real-world examples. Whether you’re a professional or hobbyist, there’s something here for you. Beginning and intermediate users of Photoshop will learn how blend modes work and get up to speed on the most common techniques. The book will also feature power tips and blend mode techniques from industry experts, including Katrin Eismann, Matt Kloskowski, and RC Concepcion. Advanced and technical users will find indispensable references along with powerful enhancements and corrections. More than just a collection of effects and recipes, The Hidden Power of Blend Modes explains why the techniques work and how to tune them for your own specific needs.

The Bar And Beverage Book 5th Edition

Autore: Costas Katsigris
Editore: Wiley Global Education
ISBN: 1118137426
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The Bar and Beverage Book explains how to manage the beverage option of a restaurant, bar, hotel, country club--any place that serves beverages to customers. It provides readers with the history of the beverage industry and appreciation of wine, beer, and spirits; information on equipping, staffing, managing, and marketing a bar; and the purchase and mixology of beverages. New topics in this edition include changes to regulations regarding the service of alcohol, updated sanitation guidelines, updates to labor laws and the employment of staff, and how to make your operation more profitable. New trends in spirits, wine, and beer are also covered.